Go vegan. It's better for you, for the planet, and, most importantly, it's the morally right thing to do. http://www.veganpamphlet.com Join our abolitionist vegan page http://www.facebook.com/livevegan ( 6 reviews ) Topics: meat, eaters, human, go, vegan
A black and white german existential sci-fi action movie. "Der Andere Drache" is in german with english subtitles. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: existentialism, german, deutsch, action, sci-fi, romance, comedy, foreign, kafkaesque, short...
byBerle Adams, William Forest Crouch, Robert M. Savini
There isn't so much story here that it gets in the way of the music. If you're a Louis Jordan fan, this one's for you. This one's all about the music, with three full Louis Jordan swing numbers before the storyline even starts. In a 67-minute running you get 14 songs by Louis with his Tympany Five, June Richmond, Mabel Lee, and Bea Griffith. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Musical, Louis Jordan
This version of Zontar is based on this version. The color in the picture was nicer but the sound was very low. Picture is slightly better. Differences The soundtrack has been remastered with higher volume levels, parametric EQ to help with any high-end cracking, bass boost to the low end, and some de-noising and de-crackling. It's not perfect but it's much better. Combined with the enhanced color it makes for a more enjoyable cheesy film experience. The picture has been slightly enhanced but... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Zontar, Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
An engrossing film noir with Mickey Rooney, Peter Lorre, and Jeanne Cagney. Needing money for a date, Rooney borrows $20 from the cash register, starting a chain of events that includes car theft, burglary, and possibly murder. Read more at the IMDB. (The video is interlaced in both the MPEG2 file and the Cinepack. If viewing with VLC, deinterlace with menu-path Video/Deinterlace/Blend.) This is a better copy than the previous versions that were uploaded. You can load the mpeg2 file into... ( 13 reviews ) Topics: suspense, noir, crime, Mickey Rooney, Peter Lorre